The hottest tech trends for vision and eye care in 2017

The hottest tech trends for vision and eye care in 2017

Posted by on Jan 6, 2017 in Visual Technology | No Comments

2016 may have been a year of unprecedented change and unexpected outcomes with well-loved celebrities suddenly dying, seismic shifts in politics and global instability but in the world of technology and eye care there have been some amazing breakthroughs. You will begin to see these revolutionary developments reaching you in 2017. They have the potential […]

How specially tinted glasses helped a girl to fix her reading problems

How specially tinted glasses helped a girl to fix her reading problems

I sometimes have the good fortune of seeing some very special patients in my Behavioural Optometry practice. This was the case of a 15 years old girl that I reviewed recently. Two years ago, she and her mum arrived at my practice referred by her optometrist who suspected a problem following a “normal” sight test because she was […]

What it feels like seeing the world flat

What it feels like seeing the world flat

The whole story starts when my grandparents realized that my left eye was turning in very often. They were a little concerned about mentioning that to my mum, and weren’t sure how she would take it. However, time passed and they decided to gain some courage and tell her. My mother´s first reaction was of […]

Why early screening matters

Why early screening matters

Posted by on Jun 13, 2015 in Vision Screening | No Comments

We all take our children for pediatric visits and we all make sure they perform all of the routinary screenings and tests. It is a parent´s and society job to prevent our children from a poor development. It´s not an easy job, and many times it is almost imposible to spot a problem early enough […]